Tony Furtado Band Live at Hotel Oregon on 2010-06-12
Tony Furtado and the Dangermuffin Duo
RECORDIST: Mark Burgin tapermarkATyahooDOTcom
SOURCE: Post matrix
#1 Neumann AK40's~>KM100's~>DaSilvapath interconnects~>Grace Design Lunatec V2~>Hi-Ho Silver shorty interconnects~>Sound Devices 744t.
#2 Soundboard XLR matrix out~>Segue Dogstar interconnects~>Grace Design Lunatec V2~>Hi-Ho Silver shorty interconnects~>Sound Devices 744t.
MICROPHONE LOCATION: lip of stage, DFC, about 4 feet high
MICROPHONE CONFIGURATION: ORTF, 110 degrees 17 cm
RECORDED FORMAT: 24 bit, 48 kHz
CONVERSION: Sound Devices 744t~>firewire~>Dell PC.
EDITING: Samplitude 10.0 (mixed to stereo, normalization and compression applied)
DOWNSAMPLE: Soundforge 9.0 (downsampled with anti alias filter and interpolation accuracy on high)
DITHER: Soundforge 9.0 (dithered with IZotope Ozone 4 MBIT+ algorythym plugin with ultra noise shaping and normal dither)
FINAL FORMAT: 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
TRACKING: CD WAV 1.98
COMPRESSION: TLH 2.4.1 flac (level 8)
SBE VERIFICATION: TLH 2.4.1
Please do not buy/sell this recording or trade in lossy formats. Thanks.
Set One~ [39:02]
01 Intro, [1:11]
02 False Hearted Lover's Blues, [7:28]
03 Molly and Tenbrooks, [7:47]
04 Staggerlee, [8:23]
05 Some Of Shelly's Blues, [4:32]
06 Ghost Of Blind Willie Johnson~> [4:01]
07 Raleigh And Spencer, [5:40]
Set Two~ [40:23]
01 Intro, [1:39]
02 Standing In The Rain, [3:36]
03 Reuben's Train, [6:58]
04 St. John's Fire, [10:10]
05 Rove Riley Rove, [5:30]
06 Bet On The White Horse, [7:57]
07 Paradise, [4:34]
Set Three~ [42:53]
01 Intro, [0:44]
02 Thirteen Below, [7:05]
03 I Wait For This, [4:26]
04 Foggy Mountain Special, [10:32]
05 Lighten Up Your Load, [5:04]
06 I Ain't Got No Home, [9:14]
07 Oh Berta Berta, [5:49]
Tony Furtado: guitar, banjo and vocals
Steven Sandifer: drums
Mike Sivilli: guitar
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Collection TonyFurtadoBandBand/Artist Tony Furtado BandVenue Hotel OregonLocation McMinnville, OregonSource MatrixTaped by Mark BurginTransferred by Mark Burgin
June 21, 2010
I would love to have seen this in person.
Dangermuffin getting Tony to stand in for their lead guy turns into a focused trio of guys stepping up to the occasion. This is a superior quality recording of a fine show. I enjoy the uptempo "Ghost of Blind Willie" with percussion and some funk to it. I'm new to listening to Tony Furtado, but this show has me a fan of both his and of Dangermuffin. These guys should play together more often! Thanks for such a great recording.